AMD Ryzen 7 1800X PCMark 8, Cinebench R15 benchmark results are in. It has long been speculated with the AMD platform that will allow you to re-join the train that lost long ago. I do not know if by strategy of company or lack of resources but what is clear is that the world of processors for desktop PCs was monopoly almost exclusive to Intel. Ryzen arrives with all that implies.
As the publicity that AMD has put at our disposal, “Ryzen is here”. And this certainly has many implications. Implications that will affect collateral more than one manufacturer. For now, for AMD will mean, if its forecasts are met, regain the credibility it had already lost with its old platforms and how to manage the market for desktop processors.
For Intel, undoubtedly the main disadvantaged, change their business model that will change abruptly by having to accept a new actor in the representation. And an actor very uncomfortable and not precisely second row. I do not know what is going to be the new strategy of Intel and would be very daring to ensure that they will lower the prices of their processors, but what I do have clear is that this strategy will change.
A change of orientation in the architecture
Many “toads and snakes” will have had to swallow AMD to recognize that the philosophy of Hyper-Threading the Intel was appropriate. But rectify is wise and that has done well AMD. Undoubtedly this is the main change of focus in the manufacture of processors.
More features you can certainly read in the article we have written. Of all the processors that AMD has included under the code name “Summit Ridge” the highest of the range and flagship is the Ryzen 7 1800X which we are eager to test and check firsthand if it meets the expectations that AMD has Responsible for creating in a masterly way.
I can not tell you what my opinion is about it because I have not tried it yet but something we are all hardware fans agree. But folks at techspot have got hold of it and they have posted aforementioned screenshots. Just as when Intel brings out a new processor, we can only welcome Ryzen and hope that fresh air in this niche market will benefit the end user, which, after all, is what we all expect.
April 17, 2017
| General Tech